The next event takes place in Belcoo on Tuesday evening.
“The Fermanagh and Tyrone community is unwilling to accept being treated as second-class citizens.”
Further meetings are taking place in Fintona and Irvinestown this week, and the public are being reminded they must register in advance.
The second in a series of seven public consultation events on the future of emergency general surgery is underway at the Castle Park Centre.
Tonight’s event takes place at the Castle Park Centre in Lisnaskea at 6.30pm.
There will be public events in Enniskillen, Lisnaskea, Irvinestown and Belcoo over the coming week.
“I can confirm that unfortunately none of the applicants met the short-listing criteria.”
Almost all of the population of Fermanagh is now outside the ‘golden hour’ of access to emergency life-saving surgery.
The Department has confirmed to the Herald elective surgeons could be able to carry out emergency procedures if needed.
“We will support both our people and our local communities in urging the Department of Health to urgently intervene in this matter.”